- Report Faults States on Funds for Black Land-Grant Colleges
- Defining a Great University
- Northridge Grad Student Able to Return From Iran
- Senate Honors 1890 Land-Grant Universities
- An Arrest in Iran
- Cornell and Technion's win in New York competition reflects desire to grow urban ties
- Quick Takes: Northridge Student Held in Iran, Debt Is Up, Ex-Dean at Louisville Indicted, Grade Tampering, Ad Compares Stem Cell Research to Tuskegee Study, Young Voters, Oral Roberts Settles, Threats at Neb., Apple U., SUNY Criticized on Crime Reports
- Quick Takes: Library 'Gate Counts' Steady, Iowa Flood Costs, Harvard's Green Goal, Limits on Dorm Patrols, Saint Louis U. to Pay $1M, 2-Year Accreditor's Actions, Charges at NMSU, Change at WVU, CEO for Apollo, Laureate Buys Colleges, Visa Scheme
Quick Takes: Iran Releases Northridge Student on Bail, Economic Downturn Hits Harvard, Phoenix Settles Claims of Pro-Mormon Bias, IU Compromise on Building Named for Segregationist, Next Hopkins President, New Name for Land Grant Group, Alumni Snobbery
November 11, 2008
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